Currently I have 4 In-ceiling speakers in my living room which is separated from dining/kitchen by French doors
ideally for parties etc id like to play music through the 4 hardwired ceiling speakers as well as two of the sonos play speakers in the dining and kitchen rooms..will this work?
one question I can’t seem to find is that is there a limit to how many sonos products I can link together with the amp? Ie. Can I have 4 total sonos play and a sound bar as well as a hardwired sub connected through the amp? Any advice would be much appreciated.
Best answer by Airgetlam
1) You'll need to be sure that a single Sonos Amp will drive all four of those speakers. Depending on the specs, it may, or it may not.
2) A Sonos Amp is considered a "room" in the Sonos software. You can group up to 32 rooms and all should play in sync, assuming your source isn't the TV (HDMI) input. If you're playing music, they'd all be in sync.